Jubel Malheur at Eintracht
Oliver Glasner made the “Diver”. When his professionals stood for him for him and the fans fleocally called his name, the coach of Eintracht Frankfurt did not bleed and slipped with his head on the green lawn.
Players and fans cheered, but for the chef coach from Austria, the spontaneous action after the 3: 2 coup at FC Barcelona also had some loss. “The pants are now breaking, but no matter,” GLASNER narrated later at RTL. In view of the collection to the Europa League semifinals he should be able to get the fault.
After there had been some discussions with coach colleague Xavi Hernandez down in the coaching zone, it was a great concern, a great deal of clarification. He apologized when he had cheered in the third goal – the interim 3-0 by Filip Kostic – possibly slightly too much towards Barcelona Bank. “That was in no way my intention,” said the 47-year-old.
Glasner, who came to Hessen only in the summer of the VfL Wolfsburg and thus left a Champions League club, showed proud and austerity. “That broke into the heart forever. I will take these feelings until I hope I hope for a floor sometime,” said Glasner. More than 25,000 Eintracht fans had experienced the success live in Camp Nou. “In this symbiosis, we celebrated this giant success and this great victory,” Glasner said.